Solar & UV Protection – Window Film
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Solar & UV Protection – Window Film

From a domestic conservatory to the biggest commercial building or factory unit, excessive heat from the sun can be a major problem to occupants, leading to discomfort, lethargy and even dangerous levels of heat. Solar films reject up to 79% of the sun’s energy, whilst still allowing clear vision out of a building. Further more, energy costs can be reduced significantly by the reduced requirements of air-conditioning units in the summer and heat-retention in the winter.

With an ever increasing number of pc monitors and television screens, glare is another major problem in the modern world. Installing a solar film can reduce this glare by up to 86%, improving productivity and reducing discomfort and eye strain for users.

Desks, computer cables and personal belongings can make even the most modern of buildings appear untidy and cluttered. A solar control film will give an instant and dramatic improvement by providing a uniform appearance. There are colours available to match any requirement such as striking blue or green and modern silver. Our Neutral range is almost undetectable to passers by and is particularly suited to buildings in historic surroundings.

Solar films significantly reduce the incidence of fading by blocking around 99% of Ultra Violet light which is fading’s main cause. Heat and visible light are also major factors with regard to fading – both of which are reduced by the application of a solar control film.

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